POSTPONED: Join Jason Irby for Women’s History Month Observance on March 28, 2020

UPDATE:  The Women’s History Month Observance Event has been POSTPONED due to concerns surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Although Jason Irby seeks to honor women’s contributions to Arkansas and abroad, it is important that we consider the safety and well-being of all participants and attendees. 

The new date of the event will be announced and posted on Jason Irby’s webpages (www.jasonirby.wordpress.com and www.lovewithinlife-jasonirby.com) and social media accounts. 

Be sure to follow @JasonIrbyLWL on Twitter  and on Facebook for updates.

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Author Jason Irby’s 2018 End of Year Review

The 2018 Year End Review

“Each of the past 5 years I have called incredible, but 2018 has really had an incredible impact on my life.  I’ve been blessed throughout the years and this year is no exception.  This year many can see and kinda get a glimpse of my works, projects, and recognitions by viewing my recent awards.  I gladly share my joy and outlook.  Incredible cannot fully describe, ” shares Jason Irby.
Author Jason Irby was recently recognized for his writings, community efforts, and leadership.

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Join Jason Irby for the Domestic Violence Awareness Month Event on October 20, 2018

Join author Jason Irby, Arkansas State Senator Stephanie Flowers, and Dorcas Vangilst, Executive Director of the Union Rescue Mission/Dorcus House on Saturday, October 20, 2018 to observe National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

The event will be held at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Services Center of Pine Bluff located at 211 W. 3rd Avenue in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, beginning at 1:00 p.m.

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Women’s History Month Observance 2018 Recap

Author Jason Irby introduces the 2018 Women’s History Month speakers: Sharon Priest and Kerry Jucas at the March 24 observance event.

“These ladies are two dynamic women of Arkansas history.  We had wonderful presentations and discussion ranging from their family history to their roles in Arkansas culture,  politics, and history.  The audience this year was small and intimate and I wish many more people would’ve been here to participate and enjoy this occasion,” said Irby.

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